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local^litems. ' “ T j,e following Advertising Agencies are author zed to receive advertisements for this paper : Mather A Abbott, 335 Broadway New York. Richardson's Advertising Agency, 37 Park Bow, N. Y. g M. Pettengili St Cos. 119 Nassau St. N.Y. J.J. Bonnett A Cos., 34 Liberty St.N.Y. pcaslee A Cos., 37 Park Row , N. Y. C. U. Schriven, 63 Dearbor.. St Chicago 111. United States’ bonds advertized in this issue, it will be seen are a capital investment. The Dane Cos. Bank at Mad ison supplies them at par— for a short time. £gf“The Holidays are coming. For nice pictures go to Cornish’s. notice of Real Estate for sale. Here is a good bargain for any one wishing a nice residence. “Close of the War.”— ln another col umn will be found an article with the above heading, taken from Daily Life. Its whole tenor is so much in keeping with our own views on the subject that we could not refrain from publishing it. We would advise our readers to examine it closely, for nothing short of a rooting out of the cause , will ever restor a permanent peace And then there is an overruling Providence in the matter, that cannot be set at nought with impunity by man. But find the article and read it. readers will always find a colnmn of reading matter oti the fourth page of our paper—generally of a humorous nature. The “Epping Hunt” is a capital thing. It and a number of other similar pieces were sent us by our army correspondent from the 12th Regiment. Evening School.— Mr. J. T. Pryor J.r, will start an Evening School next Tuesday evening at the frame school house. This is a good opportunity for thos;e who can not attend the day school. We hope Mr. P. may be successful. “Black Valley Railroad” on our first page wc publish by request. It is written in the style of a railroad hand-bill. We hope all our readers will stud} 7 it well before making up their minds to sage on this road. We think they had bet ter avoid it altogether. Business Card of Cobb, Wilson & Sudduth, Mineral Point, in another column. This old and well established firm is too well known to need any en coniums at our hands. Also notice of Wilson A Mulks, in regard to exemptions from draft. Music.—The M. K. Church in this vil lage received their Cabinet Organ last week, and have been practicing on it, preparatory to using next Sabbath. It is a line, soft instrument, but we fear hardly strong enough in capacity of tone, hut may increase on usage. Kerosene —lf} T ou want a good article of kerosene, go to Wheeler A Jones’ and they v ill supply ton as cheap as j-ou can pur chase any where else. You can also obtain of them any article in the grocery line you may want, as well as boots, shoes, crock ery, Ac. ou can depend on what we say. They advert he. J Scarcity of Cars. —Thcscarcity of freight cars on the Mineral Point Road causes the grain, cattle, hogs, etc,, to accumulate at Mineral Point faster than it can he shipped east. The Company should extend their mad to Dodgeville, when its business would treble, and then it would pay them to put anew supply of rolling stock on the track. Friend Bliss says more money can be raised in this section of country, to pay men for staying at home than voluntering. There is more truth than poetry in the re mark. Darlington. —The town of Darlington, Lafayette county had 23 men to raise on the coming January draft. Sixteen volunteers have been sworn into the L. S. service since the 17th of October from the Town, which leaves them but six more to raise. At a meeting of citizens it was agreed to give $iK) bounty per head for volunteers, which was raised by subscription. This, with the government Ixmnty, makes £402 to each raw recruit, and $602 to veterans, S2OO of which is paid down. We have no doubt the other six men will be got without much trouble, for the bounty is munificent. CHURCH DEDICATION. The new Primitive Methodist Church at Dodgeville will be dedicated to the worship of God. on Sunday, the 27th pros. Rev. L. C. Matlack, of \\ heaton, 111., will preach Rt 10$ o clock a. m., and at 6p. m. There will also be a service held at 2$ p. m. Another stranger may be expected to preach. A collet tion will ho taken up at the close of eai h service ,n bvhalt of the church funds. On Monday the 2Sth. a Tea Meeting will be held, to commence at 3 o'clock p. in.- tickets 50 cents, children 25 cents. The proceeds to be applied as above. We extend a general invitation to all our friends in the adjacent circuits. In Behalf of the Trustees. Dodgeville. Dec. 1863. A good-for-nothing fellow left his wife in a great rage telling her he would never come back until he was rich enough to come in a carriage. For once he kept his word—be i-g trundled home drnnk in a wheelbarrow. Special Revenue Duties. For the benefit of our county subscri bers, as well as others, we make the fol lowing extracts from the Revenue laws on the subject. These revenue duties must be attended to or there will be trouble, A word to the wise should be sufficient: “That Section 78 be, and is hereby amended, by reducing the duty so that on horned cattle slaughtered, the duty shall be 20 cents per head, on sheep and lambs slaughtered, the duty shall be 8 cents per head, and or hogs slaughtered, exceeding one hundred pounds in weight, without regard to age, six cents each, and no duty shall be charged on hogs slaughtered of less weight ; and the cattle, hogs and sheep slaughtered by any person, for his or her consumption not exceeding six each, shall be exempt from duty.” “In case of fraud or invasion the party offending, shall forfeit and pay a penalty of ten dollars per head, on all animals so slaughtered, upon which the duty is fradu lently withheld, evaded, or attempted to be evaded.” Success Upon Mekit. —If there is an in stance upon the records of our country where an article of American manufacture 1 has made its way to universal favor solely upon its own merits and without extrane ous aid, it is that of the Chemical Saleratus. It has only to be sold in one place, and it is demanded in another; and so it has gone on increasing in favor until the products of the extensive Chemical Works of D. R. De Land & Cos., at Fairport, Monroe County, N. Y., are now immense. This article is made only at these works by a process known only to the proprietors, and is better for all purposes than soda. Try it. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HAVING determined to leave this county for Cali fornia, I now offer my HOUSE AND LOTS fur sale, on such terms as shall he an inducement to per sons wishing to purchase real estate at the County Seat of lowa County, to exam ine these premises before purchasing elsewhere. The jroperty consists of throe Lots, one hundred and fifty feet in U .igth by seventy five feet in width, each with a street on three sides, situated about three hundred feet from the Court House. On the prem iscs there is a good substantial two story frame House well finished, with eight rooms on the ground floor, wilha parlor,bed-room and ward robe on the upper floor. There is also on the premises conveniently situated, a never-failing well of water, also a good substantial Barn, also a large amount of fruit trees, such as apples, cherries, plumbs, grapes, currents, gooseberries Ac. With all these advantages it is considered one of the most desirable locations for a private residence in Dodgeville. The proprietor offers the above desirable prftnises on terms that cannot fail to suit those wishing to purchase. For particulars enquire of the proprietor, J. M. MILLER, or L. M. STRONG. Dodgeville, Dec. 9th, 1863. 13tf STRAY NOTICE. TAKEN UP by the subscriber living five miles cast of Dodgeville, and near Garrison’s Grove, on the, 30th of November, one four year old RED STEER, with white tail. No other marks noticed. The owner is requested to call, prove property, pay charges and take him away. LARS MOE. Dodgeville, Dec. 7th, 1803. *l3-w4 Stray Notice. rpAKKN UP by the subscriber, residing in the X Town of Dodgeville, on or about the first of No vember, TWO STEERS, one two years old, and the other three. Both red, with a little w hite under the belly of one. The owner is requested to prove proper ty, pay charges and take them away. JOHN OLIVER. Dodgeville, December 4th, 1803. nl3-w4* Stray Notice. T I 'A KEN UP by the subscriber, residing on theSur- X 'ey, Town of Mineral Point, on or about the 26th of November, a TWO YEAR OLD STEER, with white head and face, ears red tipped, red sides, white streak down the hack, belly white, hind legs white to grambel, fore-feet dark, and with what are commonly called china eyes. No artificial marks. The owner is requested to call, prove property, pay charges and take him away. JOHN VINGOE. Dodgeville, December 4th, 1863. n!3-w4 TAKEN UP. BY the subscriber, residing in the Town of Linden, about three miles north-east of the village of Linden, or or about the 18th v ' day of November, 1863. a hrindle steer, about throe years old, no artificial marks to be seen. The owner is requested to call, prove property, pay charges, and take him away. ' JOHN LEE. Linden, Nov. 31st, 1863. ul2w4* TAKEN UP. BV the subscriber, residing in the town of Arena, about 1 mile from tiie Model Mills, on or about the Ist of November, a small bay horse colt, about 3 years old: it has two white hind feet, and a white star in the face. The owner will call, prove property, pay charges, and take it away. WM. WALLACE. Arena, Nov. 10,1803. nll-dw* Drawing of Jurors f I 'HE Grand and Petit Jurors for the February term A “I Me Circuit Court of lowa county, Wisconsin, wi 11 he drawn at the Clerk’s Office, in said County, on Thursday . the I7th day of December, A. D. 1863. By Order of JOEL WHITMAN, n!2-3w Clerk. mSWEH fiOWßit, Toa RENT. "VTOTICE is hereby eivoti tliat the Western Hotel iti in Podfreville, will he leased f.ir a term of from throe to five years. Possession can he had at any time before the first of March. IM'4. For further particulars amlj to the pr p riel or on the premises. JNO. U. ROBERTS. Dodgeville, Nov. 26tli, 18G3. ulltf FOU SALE. 60 ACRES TIMBERED LAND. f | 'HE undersigned will sel in lots to suit the purcha jl ser. sixty acres of timbered land, the same bving a part of the north half of the north-east quarter of section ten in township seven north of range three oast. nll-wo* ROBERT WILSON. P CHICAGO SCALE COMPANY H MiSVFACTLREES OF STANDARD SCALES, Warehouse Trucks, Sugar.Mllls, General Western Agents or the Narland Fire Proot Safes. NO. 206 LAKE STREET, P. O. Bos. C lilrago 111. A. J. BURBANK, n3l-Iy Superintendent. J. A. KINCH, MANUFACTURER OP KINCH’S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS, For Purifying the Blood. ALSO WHOLESALE DEALER IN Wmm ftfIPKDSS. No. 32 South Water Sf. box 1303. ;rtE( £ CHICAGO, ILL i 1 A IK IN’S KNITTING MACHINE. It is the most useful and desirable rrticle ever in vented for a woman tc earn money with : it will give her a most agreeable employment by which she can make great profits. It can be made, in the hands of a woman, to earn with ease and comfort, $lO to S2O per week. An old lady, too old to do any tLing else, can earn money right along, by its use. a ikins knitting machine. Young ladies who want to earn some money, can, by the use of this machine, employ a part or the whole of their time very independently aui satisfactorily. A farmer who raises wood cannot afford to do without a machine. If ho raises SSO worth the machine will con vert the SSO worth into Sl5O worth. A ININ’S KNITTING MACHINE. A farmer has girls growing up—ho wants them to earn something. In no other way can they do it so res pectably and agreeably as by the use of this machine. Wives and families of v dunteers find in it their best friend ajad protector. W 1 ole families can be supported by its use. Thousands at ost to this fact. A1 KIN’S KNITTING 31 A CHINE. It knits the material for a pair of stockings in four minutes. In a (lay a woman can male and finish com plete fur market from one dozen to two dozen pairs. The stitch made is precisely the same as that made with Knitting Needles, except in this : that the ma chine makes it firmer and more durable than the needles can possibly, AIK EX'S KXITTIXG MACHINE. It knits stockings all but the tip of the toe ; the heel is knit on the machine; narrowing and widening is done by simple motion of set screw, it knits a great variety of fane; work, such as Shawls. Nubias, Opera Capes, Under Sleeves, Comforts, Military Sashes, Sontags, Kigolets, Clouds, Head Dresses, Tidies, Ac., Ac. AIK EX' I. \ITTIXG MACIIIXE. It knits Under Shires and Drawers, the most ser viceable and durable that can be made; also Tr.blc Cov ers, Suspenders, Purses, Cravats, Leggins, Ac. It is so simple that a child can comprehend it, and know the “why and wherefore” of it. A sewing machine may he used for years and the operator hardly know how the stitch is made, AIK EX’S KXITTIXG MACHINE. It cannot get out of order,if well used, so simple is it construction. If it gets out of order so that it can't b fixed in five minutes, we will give the purchaser anew machine. It is portable—weighs complete hut forty pounds, and can be. caaried as easily as a valise of same weight. The freight on it to anv point is from 50 cents to $1.50. AIK EX’S KXITTIXG MACIIIXE. It can be made to earn more in r month than a Sew ing Machine can in a year. It is an actual producer of goods for sale—goods for which there is always a mar ket. By its use a woman feels independent, and that she is “doing business on her own account.” She knits yarn into stockiuge, sells them and knits more. AIKEN’S KXITTIXG MACHINE. Every country merchant can employ one or more of these machines with great profit, knitting the yarn ho takes in into stockings for retail or wholesale trade. It is uo new, untried thing, but has been in successful use in all the Eactories of the East, so that now mil lions of dollars worth cf goods are every year made on it. AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. Some say “Why, it wid soon knit enough to glut the market Not so. Twenty million dollars worth’ of such goods are annually imported. Stop importa tions. It is used in Penitentiaries, Blind Asylums, and other public institutions where there are many feet to clothe. Blind women can work it very successfully. AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. Soldiers Aid Societies, Mite Societies, Ac., find this machine a most useful and satisfactory article. By its use they aae enabled to rccomplish much to enhance the comfort of the soldier and tue poor. SALE OF SOCKS.—Wo sell Socks on commis sion for those who purchase machines of us. Our ar rangements enable us to secure quick sales and the best market prices. BW" SUPPLY OF YARN.—Wo keep constantly on hand a supply of Yarns which we furnish (at the low - est ju ices,) to those who use cur machines. DEMAND FOll KNIT GOODS.—AII the largo Eastern Factories are now running exclusively on Government work, so that this season there will be a great demand for, and scarcity of Socks and Stockings for heme-wear. Secure your machine in time. PRICE OP MACHINE COMPLETE $75, For further information send for circular and sam ples of work. (Send Stamp.) Agents wanted in every considerable tow u. Address, BRANSON A ELLIOT, General Agents, 120 Lake Street, Chicago. WANTED. QOOD THOROUGH RELIABLE CANVASSERS for 1 Mrs. ANN S. STEPHENS’ Pictorial History of the War for the Union, in all counties remaining unassigned in the Northwest. It is on all sides conceded to be the moat imparlia and reliable work yet written. Profusely Illustrated, handsomely hound, and written in the matchless style of this Gifted American Authoress. ONE DOLLAR per volume profit to Agents, and from one hundred to three hundred names arc bciuj token in a month. Ehclose stamps for circulars to J. 11. JOHNSON, P. 0. box 42f>3. n42-ly* Chicago, 111. Price, Ilemmer and Feller, S4O. r PIIE WILCOX & GIBBS SEWING _L Machine is the lest machine, with out regard tv price, for Family deicing. Braiding, hemming, Felling, Tucking, Cording. It forms a flat, even, and elastic seam, which is war rantee! not to rip in wear, even if the seam is cut at fre quent intervals, and also under all circumstances “to survive the wash-tub.” \ patented device, of great utility to learners, pre vents the possibility of the machine being run in the wrong direction, or the balance-wheel wearing a lady’s dress. Ancfher feature which deserves particular attention is the Wilcox Patent Needle, which cannot ho set wn mg. ‘‘lt is emphatically the good, low-priced Family Sew ing Machine that the publichave long been waiting for.” —Boston Transcript. “It is indeed a wonderful production, and, for family use especially no other will bear any comparison with it.—2 Vi if. Evening Journal. “A mechanical wonder.”— Scientific American. “Among the be-t and most serviceable Sewing Ma- Light and elegantly finished, and so simple in its construction. “ ‘■“ems almost impossible for it to get out of repair.” —Pittsburg t n77:“' ,J . “Has combined with its own peculiar merits all the really valuable improvements of the higher priced ma chines." — Pennsylvanian. •■This machine, in the opinion of the committee, fills more nearly the requirements of a perfect family ma ceinc than any on exhibition." —Franklin Institute Re port of isi)B. "Taking into consideration simplicity, cheapness, durability, and doing all work, the committee were unanimously in favor of Wilcox & Gibbs’, as a single thread machine.” —Pennsylvania .State Agricultural Society's Report. “Wc must, in justice, express our confidence in the merits of the Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machine. We consider that a great desideratum has been supplied by it, In proving, beyond doubt, that two threads arc not, a- was supposed, necessary to a good machine."—Chris tian Advocate and Jour,ml, June 21. 1860. “After much wear and many washings, the stitch ing is found to retain ail the roundness, evenness. and firmness which arc so much admiicd at first.” —Xtw York Sun. “In principle it is perfect.”— Engineer. London. “Ha evident points of superiority over ill others '— Philadelphia Press. A serviceable machine. Of this we have experience In our own Family."—2?o.ton Traveller. •■The beauty and simplicity of its mechanism are ad m i ruble.”— Express. "No Sewing Machine heretofore introduced has, in so short a time, acquired such well-merited popularity.”— Cincinnati Gazette. ••We esteem it the best machine for family use. The stitch is unerceptionahk.” —Signed by many hundred citizens of Philadelphia. B®* SEED FOR A CUICVLAR JAMBS WILCOX. Manufacturer. SM * CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS. A pure and wonderful Tonic, corrective and alterative of wonderful efficacy in disease of the stomach, Liver and Boiveh. Corea Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Con stipation, Colic, Intermittent Fevers, Cramps, and Spasms, and all Complaints of either > Sex, arising from Bodily weakness, whether inherent in the system or produced by special causes. Nothing that is not wholesome, genial and restora tive in its nature entering into the composition of Hos thttek's Stomach Bitters. This popular preparation contains no mineral of any kind, no deadly botanical element; no fiery excitant: but it is a combination of the extracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants with the purest and mildest of all diffusive stimulants. It is well to ho fore-armed against disease, and, so far as the iinman system can be protected by human means against maladies engendered by an unwhole some atmostphere, impure water and other external causes, Uosteiter Bitters may be relied on as a safe guard. In districts infested with Fever and Ague, it has been found infallible as a preventive aud irresistable as a remedy aud thousands who resort to it under ap prehension of an attack, escape the scourge ; and thou sands who neglect to avail themselves of its protective qualities in advance, are cured by a very Bri f course of tiiis marvelous medicine. Fever aud Ague patients, after being piled witli quinine for months in vain, until fairly saturated with that dangerous alkaloid, are not unfreqnejitly restored to health within a few days by the use of llostetetcs Bitters. The weak stomach is rapidly invigorated and the ap petite restored by tliis agreeable Tonic, and hence it works wonders in cases ol Dispepsia and in less con firmed forms of Indigestion. Acting as a gentle and painless upperient, as well as upon the liver, it also invariably relieves the Constipation superinduced by irregular action of the digestive and secretive organs. P'TSons of Feeble habit, liable to Nervous Attacks, Lowness of Spirits, aud Fits of Langour, find prompt and permanent relief from the Bitters. The testi mony on tliis point is most conclusive, and from both sexes. The agony of Billiocs Colic is immediately assuaged by a single dose of the stimulant, and by occasionally resorting to it, tlie return of the complaint may be prevented. Asa General Tonic, llostetter’s Bitters produce effects which must be experienced or witnessed before they can he fully appreciated. In cases of Constitu tional Weal,ness, I'ermature. Decay aud Debility and Decrepitude arising from Old Ae, it exercises the electric influence. In the convalescent stages of all diseases it oporares as a delightful invigorant. When the p >wers of nature are relaxed, it operates to re-en force and re-estahiish them. Last, but not least, it is The Only Safe, Stimulant, be ing manufactured from sound and innocuous materials, and entirely free from the acid elements present more or less in ail the ordinary tonics and stomachics of the day. No family medicine has been so universally, and, it may be truly added, deservedly popular with the intelligent portion of the community, as HosteTTEK’s Bitters. Prepared by Hostetter Sc Smith, Pittsburg, Pa. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers aud Storekeepers ev erywhere. n!2-ly HELMBOLD’S GENUINE PREPARATIONS, Compound Fluid Extract Buchu, a Posivive am! Spe cific Remedy for diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gra vel. and Dropsical Swelling.:. This Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and excite (ho Absorbents into healthy action, by which the Watery or Calcareous depositions and all Unnat ural enlargement are reduced, as well as pain aud Inflammation. IIELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU 1 For weakness arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissi pation, Early Indiscretion of Abuse, attended with the following symptons : Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Doss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease. Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on the face, Pallid Countenance. These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this medicine invariably removes, soon follows Impotency, Fatuity, Epileptic Fits, In one of which the Patient may expire. Who can say, that l bey are not frequently followed by those “Direful Diseases.” “INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.” Many are aware of the cause of their suffering. BUI NONE WILL CONFESS THE RECORDS OF THi INSANE ASYLUMS. And Melancholy Deaths by Consumption bear ample witness to the truth of the assertion. The Constitution once effected with Organic Weak ness requires the aid of Medicine to Strengthen and Invigorate the System, Which Helm bold's Extract Bucnu invariably does- A Trial will convince the most skeptical. FEMALES—FEMALES—FEMALES. In many affections peculiar to Females the Extract Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chlo rosis or Retension, Irregularity, Pain fulness, or Sup dression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Scir rhous state of the Uterus, Leurchorrhoea or Whites, Sterility, and for ail complaints incident to the sex, whether arising from indiscretion, Habits of Dissipa tion, or in the DECLINE OH CHANGE OF LIFE. Take no more Balsam, Mercury, or unpleasant Med icines for unpleasant and dangerous diseases. llelmbold’s Extract Buchu and Improved Rose Wash Cukes SECRET DISEASES, In all their Stages, At little Expense. Little or no change of Diet. No inconvenience. And no exposure. It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate, thereby itemoving Obstructions, Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying Pain and Inflammation, so frequent in the class of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous, Diseased and •' rrn-ou’l Ma iter. Thousands upon Thousands who have bees the Victims op Quacks, and who have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time, have found they were de ceived, and that the “POISON” has, by the use of “powerful astringents,” been dried up in the system, tC '"” a k out in an aggravated form, and perhaps af ter Marriage. Use llelmbold’s Extract Hr"" 1 ' *or all affections and diseases of the Urinary Organs, wbetuei "fist ing in Male or Elmale, from whatever cause origin ating and rin matter of how long standing. Disea-cs of these Organs requires the aid of a Diu retic, Helmbold’s Extract Buchu is the great Diu retic, and is certain to have the desired effect in all Diseases tor which it is Recommended. Evidence of the most reliable and responsible char* acter will accompany the medicine. PRICE *I.OO PER ROTTLE, OR SII FOR *5.00. Delivered to any Address, securely packed from obser vation. Describe Symptoms in all Communications. Cures Guaranteed ! Advice Gratis: ! Adares letters for information to H. B. HELMBOLD, Chemht. ICMth South Xeutb-st., bel. Chestnut, Phila. llilmb.ld’s Medical Depot. Heimeoid’s Drug and Chemical Warehouse. m BO AD WAY, NEW YORK. Beware or Counterfeits and Unprincipled Deal ers woo endeavor to dispose “of their own'” and “other”' articles on the reputation attained by llohnbold'e Genuine Preparations, “ Extract Buchu. “ “ Sarsaparilla. “ Improved Rose Wash. SOLD ET AI-L DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE AS2 TOR KLXBOID’s. lA*/ or^B . Cut act _the Ad*’srt:rerjeut aud tend Uej ** t * • WHEELER Has just received at his store in dodgeyillle a full and complete assortment of GOODS for the Fall and Winter trade which be is determined to sell as low FOR CASH, a? can be purchased at any store in lowa County. DRY-GOODS. A MONG my Dry-Goods will be found, NEW VA L ENCI AS, a choice artl jX cde of goods for winter wear, De Laines. German Reps, Sheetings, Shirtings, Flannels, Red, White, Wool do, De Baizes, 4-5 do, Bleach do. Blue, Grey, Silk Mix Persians, Merinoes, Pillow Case Cotton, Linens, Salisbury, Figured Saxony Plaids, Alpaecas, Diapers, Linen H’dk’ch’fs Red, and Plaid American Prints, of any variety, also a large and well selected stock of Cloth* Cassimeres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, Jeans, Cottonades, Denims. &c., &c. CLOTHING NOW on hand from 81.500 to $2,000 worth of Ready-Made Clothing and Wool Shirts, which I will sell lower than can be bought at any ether stor in the county. H! A.TS dks CiIFS, T7LVLL WINTER HATS AND CAPS. I intend keeping a full assortment _|J of the latest styles on hand always. BOOT’S €&S SHOES. the Boot and shoe department will be found. Congress Gaiters, Kid Gaiters, Calf Heel, Spring do, Calf Boots, Kip do, Kid Ties, Balmoral Tips, Enamel do, Lace do, Hide do, Fancy Top Balmorals, Brogans, Boys do, &. GROCE3RIESS’ IN the Grocery Department will be found : Porto Rico, New Orleans, Cuba, Refined Fellow, Coffee, Powdered and Crushed sugar. Rio, White Rio, Mocha, Ground and Essence Coffee. Currants, Dry Apples. Raisins, Candied Lemon, Soap, Candles, Syrup, and Kerosine Oil. New WHITE FISH ; Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel; George’s Bank Cod Fish, etc. After a thorough trial, the ladies have decided that Wheeler & Co.’s English Breakfast Tea is superior to anything before offered in town dust purchased before the rise 7,000 lbs. of Sugars, which will be sold prices as low as can be found west of Chicago. SALT by the barrel at ten cents above depot price at Mineral Point. EC jQI R 33 EL 33 . IN the Hardware line will be found: Nails, Glass, Butts and screws, Locks, Latches, Files, Augers, and a choice assortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery. New patterns of Silver Plated Ware, Table spoons, Tea spoons and Tar ble Forks, anew article in this market. v2nlyl NEW GOODS! The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that they have just received from NEW YORK CITY r , and of fer for sale at their TWO STORES in Dodgeville, an extensive stock of MILLINERY, HATS & CAPS, 1000-E’'® dks SIZOIOIESJS, CMfIIBT, BiBBVABI, YANKEE HOTJQMS, &0..&G. AS CHEAP AS AM STORE IN THE WEST, Persons desirous of purchasing are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, No trouble to show Goods. In addition to the above, they have the ba assortment of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of e French Doe Skins, Plain Fancy CasAmere*, Over Coatings, Broad Cloths, Silk, Velvet and Fancy Vestings, Satinetts, <fec,, <fec., <fec. Ever offered in the county. Their extensive Tailoring Establishment ia aocond to none in the country, and is conducted by an EXPERIENCED Warranted to Tit, Ladies Cloths of all qualities and colors always on hand, the most fashionable styles of Cloaks and Mantillas made to order on the shortest notice. Dodgeville, November 3d, 18G3. “ ,),J LEAN. THOMAS & CO, MARBLE WORKS, aolliijtf & MADISON, WISCONSIN. r y'HE OLL PAT- RONS OF FRANK 'L Whyte w:M get J anything they want in our line, oy ad- IV/f'rV • • j dreeing WHYTE & McGREEVy, Mur- p'u£*B Me Cutters, Madison, Wia., or by enquiring •, ftWjlv oi .T. M. Miller, or at the Office of the' Dodgcville Chronicle, Bm6 fry Itodgeviile, Wis. NIP THE EVIL IN THE BUD Dr. Whittier, 154 S. Clark St., Chicago, 111. _/n HAS for many years made thetreatme.it of pri fßff vate diseases his business and study, j-tphiiis it IJ| all forms. Gleet and Strictpbib. Particular at tcutioa given to all old standing oases, which were formerly considered incurable. Also the effect of soli tary habit, both ruinous to body and mind, and pro duces some of the following effects : Blotches, bodily weakness, constipation, loss of mem ory, pain in the small of the back,— can be fully restored to health. CONSULTATION FREE. ■Sif Charges moderate, and cures guarenteed. Post Office Box 2204. All letters with stamp answer ed. I*. S.—Ail business strictly ccasdential. Office hours from 8 a. M. until 0 v. it. n2B-ly*s ONE DOLLAR will pay for the jv-dg -*;> or.* "car if ps"' la id'ins*. £IHEAP CASH STORE. GEORGE SIMS. Would respectfully inform people of Dodge* ville and the public ge orally, that he has.lately occn> pied the store in Prldeaux’s Block, lower Dodgeville, ■where he has FOB SA LB CHEAP roll CASH An extensive stock of family GRO* CERIES and CROCKERY, And is prepared to supply the people with as good a assortment of as excellent quality of goods in the GROCERY and CROCKERY Line, as can be found at any store in this section t he county. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. Dodgeville January 26, 1863. n2O-ly Lost—slo Reward. Ct TRAYED from the subscriber residing about on* kj mile and a half north of the village of Dodge ville. some time during the summer, a Light oreu Horne CM. two years old, dark mane and tall, stand, ing about fifteen hands high. Any person giving inf 'rmation leading to the recov ery of the colt will receive the above reward. WJI. VIXCEXT. Dodgeville, Xov. 2,lth, IS3. nlf-3m Wanted Immediately 6 GOOD SHOE-MAKERS. £ii aboe-maker* -will find steady employment and good wages, by applying immediately to the undersign ed a* hi? vwe la this vill-jge, none hnt good workman JAHT* '*T*OL CUTTER. °* “° Sals '